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Hi 

I've just seen this

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/e10-petrol-explained

But I'm not sure if my car can take E10?  The link says that all European models will be fine, but mine isn't a European model

It's a 2014 Prius (import) 

Thanks 

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Posted previously: 

If you cannot confirm whether yours is suitable, super unleaded will still be E5.

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1 hour ago, priusnoob said:

Hi 

I've just seen this

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/e10-petrol-explained

But I'm not sure if my car can take E10?  The link says that all European models will be fine, but mine isn't a European model

It's a 2014 Prius (import) 

Thanks

 


 

 

I don’t think is going to be a problem. My relative drives Avensis 2.0 from 2006 that Toyota said can not run on E10, and he is running it on E10 since 2018 and no problems so far, in his country the E10 standard was adopted back then. 

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2 minutes ago, TonyHSD said:

 

 

I don’t think is going to be a problem. My relative drives Avensis 2.0 from 2006 that Toyota said can not run on E10, and he is running it on E10 since 2018 and no problems so far, in his country the E10 standard was adopted back then. 

Thanks. What would be the "worst case" scenario say if it isn't meant for my car? 

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